Apple Tree - McIntosh
The McIntosh apple is known as the apple with the red and green skin. It is an early and heavy producer of medium to small apples with white and fine textured flesh. It was discovered growing wild in Canada in 1796 and is the most popular cultivar in Eastern Canada and New England.
The trees are cold hardy and ripen early. The apples are available in fall and early winter.
It's a favorite apple for eating out of hand but also is widely used in salads, sauces, pies, cider and chutney and eaten fresh.
The McIntosh is partly self-fruitful or, suggested pollinators are Red Delicious, Gala, or any other apple tree.
*Small to Medium Fruit.
*Green and Red Skin
|Mature Height||Semi-Dwarf: 15-20'|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Bloom Period||Mid April|
|Harvest Period||Mid September|